Saturday, May 30, 2009

Provo Farmer's Market- TODAY!

Today is the last day of pre-season. Next week starts the regular season of farmer's market with longer hours and probably even more great vendors.

Here's some brief info:

Provo Farmer's Market

Where: 500 West 100 South Provo UT 84601 (That's Pioneer Park, for those of you who know where that is)

When: Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (May only)

9:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. (June- October)

What: Produce, arts & crafts, live music, food and special events.

For all the info visit my business blog at

I'll be there selling Great Granola! in our three delicious flavors- raisin, cranberry, and blueberry- as well as great Sammy Jaybird onesies and hairclips! I've got some fun new designs you're going to love! My sister Kendra is also selling some awesome handmade books that will knock your socks off.

Here's the scoop on this week:

Fresh from the farm: today is the last chance to buy asparagus for the year! Plus Ralph Steele is bringing assorted breeds of baby chicks for your backyard coop! goat cheese and yogurt, all natural Utah lamb, fennel, oregano, pok choy, carrots, rhubarb, spring onions, parsley, arugula, salad mix, swiss chard, eggs, mint, grass fed beef, duck/goose/chicken eggs, honey, spinach, watercress, garlic chives, and beet greens.

Shop: Dresses and skirts, hand made buckets and brooms, hand bound books, jewelry, soaps, lotions.

To eat: Chimney Sweets, Flour Girls and Dough Boys, Papa's Tapas, Big Jake's Donuts, Alex's Belgium Waffles, Navajo Tacos, Asian Market, Italian meatballs, pies, and more

To plant: sego lily bulbs for xeriscaping, native wildflower seeds, thornless blackberries, jerusalem artichokes, lemon cucumbers, jalapeno peppers, raspberry and strawberry starts, ground covers, lambs tongue, aloe vera, herbs, basil, heirloom tomatoes, and more.

Music: The Utah Ramblers

For more info on PFM click here.

See you there!

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